Fuensanta Sobejano was born in Madrid, Spain in 1991, where she received her BS in Audiovisual Communication by the Universidad Europea de Madrid. Fuensanta’s Work is very influenced by passion for architecture, cinema and digital arts, as well as her experience living and studying in Berlin and New York, where she graduated from Pratt Institute receiving her MFA in Digital Arts: Interactive Arts.
Fuensanta Sobejano’s work has been exhibited in various collective exhibitions among other places, in Madrid, Berlin, London, Bologna and New York. Also having worked with prominent artists such as Daniel Canogar, whose work has influenced her own practice. Particularly, Fuensanta is interested in the interaction between the observer, the art piece and the space, being her recent work conceived as experiential installations which combine digital media with analog materials.
Multiple combinations of the primary colors are at the origin of the chromatic variations investigated in Fuensanta’s work, conceived as a result of a combinatorial game that is generated through repetitive structures and often originated from the definition of a limited number of elements and the laws that relate them.
However, the works that most interest Fuensanta are those that are altered by means of unexpected, random associations that break the rules and only make sense when they become visible.
The different scales of the artworks influence the way the observer perceives them. The installations with digital screens transmit chromatic and geometric sequences with which the viewer interact. When working with lenticular elements, it is the observer who transforms with the movement the perception of the work. In the interventions Fuensanta Sobejano has
made in buildings, the users themselves generate continuous changes on an urban scale in their daily activity.
Fuensanta’s ideas materialize when the rules of a combinatorial game are subtly modified by random alterations